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Healthy Homes Series 1: Garbage In/Garbage Out
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 11:00:00 AM PST - 12:00:00 PM PST
Training Description: 
This course will be highlighting the debilitating intergenerational harmful effects of common products used daily. Identifying the top ten most widely used toxic and harmful ingredients. This Webinar will review the most dangerous household items you should never use, or that you should throw away immediately. Course participants will be focusing on convenient, affordable, better alternatives to cleaning, disinfecting, sanitizing, and keeping homes environmentally safe. 

Instructor

Oshun Marcella-Toney
Oshun is a Tribal member of the Eastern Pequot’s. In 2014 Oshun Movement Inc. was established as a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide grass roots premium lifestyle modification services specifically for Native American communities. Over the past three years Oshun has facilitated numerous workshops throughout South Florida which have been utilized for government agencies and businesses promoting Woman & Children's Wellness.  
Oshun is a Tribal member of the Eastern Pequot’s. She graduated from the Ft. Lauderdale Art Institute, with a Culinary Arts Degree. In 2008 - Oshun Movement, LLC Private Chef and Catering was awarded a Micro – Entrepreneur Grant in Miami Dade County.  In 2014 Oshun Movement Inc. was established as a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide grass roots premium lifestyle modification services specifically for Native American communities. Over the past three years Oshun has facilitated numerous workshops throughout South Florida which have been utilized for government agencies and businesses promoting Woman & Children's Wellness.  Currently Oshun is a Charter member Of South Florida's, "Fabulous Professional Ladies" and is co- authoring her 1st book to be published during Women’s History Month. Oshun is partnering with Melaleuca, a National Wellness Organization and her goal is to become a Director by March 2018. 
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